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Ring settings seem to change by themselves

It seems that my ring styles change automagically, actually it seems that the button on the side of phone is unintentionally being pressed. So my phone changes from vibe and ring, to vibe then ring and then to silent. Silent is not what I want.

Is there a way to disable the side button and only change through the settings?

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Re: Ring settings seem to change by themselves

First you cannot change what is there,just use the keypad lock it solve our problem....

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My phones ring style is set to loud detail and volume is at the highest being 7,when I recieve a call it is silent?

Hi There,

As per my understanding you have set your ring style profile to loud and highest volume 7 but still ur phone phone rings on silent when someone calls..

Please change the Profile setting once again as mentioned below:

How to change call alerts and styles?

1.From the general menu, select "Settings" > "Ring Styles" > "Style Detail"
2.If you select one of the styles, ie. "Loud" you can then highlight by scrolling down on the wheel & select "loud detail" & press on the "change" button (top right corner key).
3.Here you will be prompted to change any feature available to the "loud" style: volume, ringtone, alerts, voice mail, text messaging sounds, reminders beeps etc etc. All you need to do is to select the feature you need to change with the directional wheel and press the "change" button for each.

If you think my solution helped u to resolve ur issue please do vote for me..


Oct 28, 2010 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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MOTOROLA W376G...turn off phone on ringtone


Set phones ring style as "Vibrate then Ring" , "Vibrate" , or "Silent" to avoid the power on alert.

I set my ring style to "Vibrate then ring" so that I dont have to change the settings everytime I turn it on or forget to so when I receive phone calls or alerts it still rings & then I dont have to go back and change the settings again when I turn tha phone off so that is dosent have the power on alert.

This is the Only way I have found to turn the phone power on tone/alert off.

Change Ring Style:

-Go to Main Menu
-Select Ring style
-Then choose change, & set it to the ring style you want.

Feb 21, 2010 | Motorola Mobility W376 Cell Phone

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1 go to settings
2. ring style
3. click the little button top left on phone under "select". it will let you change your ring style
4. scroll to vibrate
5. click same little button under "select"
6. keep clicking "back" - the little button top right on phone under "back"

Jan 29, 2010 | Motorola Mobility TracFone C139-4 Cellular...

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Phone does not ring when call comes in on my Motarola Razrv3 cell phone. It vibrates but no ring. The ring volume is set on 7.

1st make sure that your phone speaker is not malfunction, to do this just play any ring tone from your phone to check whether there is a sound come out from the phone speaker.
If there is no problem to hear sound from phone then have to check the phone setting, to do this just PRESS and HOLD the button #, a shortcut to toggle between RING mode and VIBRATE mode. Or goto Setting>Audio>Style Detail, and change the alert type such as sound or music. Make sure u are not in the Silent style mode.

YBC (/\)

Oct 21, 2009 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3x Cellular Phone

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My Motorola Razr won't ring or vibrate when receiving an incoming call except when plugged in to the charger

Turn off the ringer id function in settings, ring styles, load detail, ringer id's off.

Hope this helps

Jan 11, 2009 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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Motorola w377

Like most of the W377, this one's very odd. The only way I know how to do this is to switch off all Key tones. Key volume is part of the Ring Style menu, so:

>Ring Style
>Ring Detail
> On the Detail menu use the 4 way selector arrows to cursor down to Key Volume
>Back out

NB The Ring Style settings for ALL ring parameters (Ring Volume, Line 1, Text Msgs, Voicemail, Alarm, and Key Volume) change whenever you select a different Ring Style, so you can set up one ringtone in Loud Ring but get a different one for Soft Ring, a different one for Vibrate and Ring, a different one for Vibrate then Ring, etc.

For the sake of sanity (and to avoid the alarm waking me up with a loud blast of Bach when I wanted a quiet 'Ding') I have set the same ringtones etc in all of the above profiles.

BTW whenever you can't find a menu you need, try pressing the black round button (OPEN MENU) in the middle of the 4 way selector arrows - it opens submenus that can't be accessed any other way.

Hope this helps.

Jan 02, 2009 | Motorola Mobility W377 Met Silver/Pink...

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Ring tones are all distorted

if you having distorted sounds even if you change the ring style and deafault ring tones' the problem is the speaker buzzer of your phone....:D

Apr 09, 2008 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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Razr v3

Can you not go to sounds and set a ring tone from there?
I Used to have a Pebl U6,and thats how i set my ringtones.

Hope I Helped.

Sophie x

Feb 13, 2008 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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Ringing styles problem sir,,

try resetting your phone to its factory settings...


Oct 16, 2007 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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Changes ring style when charging

My phone also does this and its something Motorola have built into the phone. Can't change it I'm afraid!

Jan 13, 2007 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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